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The tricky thing about moving a Time Machine backup from a local hard drive to a remote server (or vice-versa) is that Time Machine uses a native HFS+ partition directly for local backups, but when backing up to a server over AFP, it creates a "sparsebundle" disk image. You can use Disk Utility to make a sparsebundle image of an HFS+ partition, and then put ...


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If you use Terminal, it's easy. https://jwopitz.wordpress.com/2014/02/07/easy-way-to-delete-a-sparsebundle-from-time-machine/


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If you're just wanting to delete specific files, not the whole back-up, then you want to Enter Time Machine on the source machine and once the interface has loaded (give it a moment to mount your back up drives if they're network drives) navigate to the folder/item you want to remove. Select this item and then go to the 'Task' menu at the top of the Finder ...


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try loooking at port 61582 in the firewall / TM controller Does that show as closed ? or at the very least does dmesg or your networking log(s) show anything to the same?


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To prevent indexing your external drive, you can add it to Privacy rule in Spotlight (System Preferences).


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I had the exact same issue after restoring from a Time Machine backup. I had to completely reinstall MySQL to fix it as my /usr/local/mysql/data/mysql directory was corrupted. I followed these steps: Moved com.mysql.mysql.plist out of /Library/LaunchDaemons Moved my old mysql installation out of /usr/local into /tmp Downloaded latest version of MySQL ...



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